Washington County Grassroots

League of Women Voters of the Bartlesville Area Candidate Forum on June 17th

To help citizens prepare for the June 24 primary election, the League of Women Voters of the Bartlesville Area will hold a forum featuring area primary election candidates on June 17.

The event will begin at 7 p.m. in the Council Meeting Room in the Bartlesville City Center Building, 401 S. Johnstone Ave.

Candidates for the Oklahoma House of Representatives District 10 and the Washington County Commission will be speaking and answering written questions from the audience.

Seeking the seat being vacated by Rep. Steve Martin from the Oklahoma House of Representatives, District 10, are Travis Dunlap and Randy Barnett, both Republicans.

The other primary race of local interest is between Pat Evans and Mitchell Antle, both Republican candidates, who will compete for the Washington County Commissioner, District 1, position being vacated by Gary Deckard.

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OK2A Endorsement Goes to Randy Barnett for HD10

This just in from Don Spencer of the Oklahoma Second Amendment (OK2A) Group:
Randy Barnett has been endorsed by the Oklahoma Second Amendment Association.

We look forward to seeing his commitment to the State by serving House District 10


Oklahoma Conservative Political Action Committee (OCPAC) – Endorses Randy Barnett, candidate for House District 10.

OCPAC mission statement:
“to promote and support constitutionalists in the state legislature who oppose expansive government …

Washington County Grassroots Sample FlyerThis is a flyer I am giving to friends. It is not endorsed by any candidate so if you like it and can make some version of it work in your area, please feel free to do so.  Some candidates do not like to have their campaigns linked and I understand that, but I am only going to hand out so many flyers and to so many people, so mine are going to have my favorites of course!  Make your own version, walk the talk, make friends, and have fun along the way…

Congressman Bridenstine says: “I have the honor of representing the First District of Oklahoma, as such I believe that it is vital that I provide my constituents with information on how I vote on key legislation that impacts you.  Similiarly, it is very important to provide you with the reasoning behind each vote.”

Below is a list of “key votes” in the 113th Congress that I have made.  By clicking on the description of each bill, you will be able to read associated material that will inform you on the reasoning behind each key vote.